Abby Anderson was born to be on stage. Growing up in Dallas, Texas with six siblings in a house "full of music," many of the singer/songwriter's childhood memories involve singing and playing the piano.
At 17, Anderson and her mom packed up the car and drove to Nashville. With Elvis Presley, one of Abby's musical heroes playing through the speakers, she found herself in Music City and has never looked back. Anderson dove head first into the Nashville music scene where she spent a few years honing in on her craft. She soon found a home at Black River Entertainment, where she landed both a publishing and a record deal. Her debut EP, I'm Good, captures all sides of the vivacious 21-year-old's personality. Pulling from her musical influences like Linda Rondstat, Aretha Franklin, and The Judds, the five-song project exudes confidence and puts her soulful vocals on display. Officially coming into the spotlight in 2018, Anderson has already garnered several impressive accolades from the country music community. She was named one of CMT's Next Women of Country and earned a slot on Pandora's "2018 Country Artists to Watch" list. Abby spent the majority of the year opening up for artists such as Russell Dickerson and Chase Rice and wrapped up her year on the road with Devin Dawson and Brett Eldredge on the fall leg of The Long Way Tour. Ready to embark on the next chapter of her career, Anderson is thrilled to bring her energetic live show to fans everywhere.